On Tue, 26 Oct 1999 15:56:34 +0100, "Syncroscopy" <nospam at nospam.com>
>> If you do this any where near real time it takes a lot of computer
>> power. If you have to align them as well it gets real hairy real fast.
>>>> Just finding the infocus pixels on a high resolution image takes a lot
>> of processing power. Then having to deal with it in a visual
>> environment is a headache.
>>>> Nothing magic just real hard work.
>>>Have a look at Montage Explorer,
>http://www.syncroscopy.com/syncroscopy/montex.asp>Using the normal microscope controls you can wander around the sample under
>investigation at high magnification building up a composite in-focus picture
>in real time, with image sizes up 6k x 6k pixels. This involves locating the
>in-focus components and image alignment and is done in real time on a 500Mhz
>Pentium III PC !!!
I take multiple shots manually focused and saved to disk using a Sony
DKC-5000. analySIS is fast. I am using a P-III/550 with 384MB RAM
and 30G hard drive.
Gary Gaugler, Ph.D.
Modern surfers use PC boards....you can too at
E-mail: gary at gaugler dot com